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Manipulate receptor and enzyme function with inhibitors, activators, agonists and antagonists. See the advantages of this flexible and dynamic system suitable in vivo and in vitro.
Frequently asked questions surrounding solubility, purity, storage and stability. Advice on in vitro and in vivo use. Chemical formular, CAS no. and MWs.
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Complete guide to selecting NF-kB inhibitors and activators.
Learn about ionotropic and metabotropic glutamate receptor subgroups.
Endocytosis, the process whereby cells internalize membrane receptors, hormones and nutrients is pivotal to cellular function. We have selective clathrin and dynamin inhibitors to modulate clathrin-mediated endocytosis. Find your clathrin and dynamin inhibitor here.
Complete guide to selecting microtubule inhibitors, tubulin inhibitors and microtubule-associating protein (MAP) targeting compounds.
An introduction to dynamin and endocytosis inhibitors. Browse our reference guide.
Learn about the three pathways lead to complement activation and some of their key inhibitors.